On August 11, 2018 11:48:32 AM UTC, Christian <abelschre...@freenet.de> wrote:
>What I want to achieve is create a /context-menu/ (rightclick)-entry
>scanning files with the *clamscan*-command.
>For ubuntu there is a tool called _"nautilus-actions_". With it one can
>The most important settings are under the tab "command".
>So I configured it this way:
>parameter: -fa 'Monospace' -fs 12 -hold -e clamscan %f
>working directory: %d
>The parameter options are thus: -fa 'Monospace' -fs 12 (setting font
> : -hold (preventing xterm from shutting
> : -e (executing the following command
> : clamscan %f ((first) filename)
>Actually this works very well.
>When right-clicking on the file to be scanned and clicking on the
>respective label (I called it "Dateiscannen") a separate xterm-window
>opens and after the scan is
>finished the result is displayed until I manually close the
>Yet I´ve noticed that I can also scan folders with that command (but
>recursively of course, due to the very nature of the specified
>It´s always said that everything can be considered to be a file in
>Linux. So theoeretically a folder is a file as well and therefore the
>/"%f"-parameter/ should be fine
>for scanning folders, too.
>My question is: Am I right in thinking so or should I use another
>than "%f" or folder-scan?
>Thanks a lot in advance.
>system: Lubuntu 16.04.5 LTS, 64 bit
I think https://github.com/dave-theunsub/clamtk-gnome is pretty close to, if
not exactly, what you are looking for. It's included in the clamtk package in
recent Debian (and thus Ubuntu) releases.
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